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Screwing Mother Nature for Profit: How Corporations Betray Our Trust - And Why the New Biology Offers an Ethical and Sustainable Future
     

Screwing Mother Nature for Profit: How Corporations Betray Our Trust - And Why the New Biology Offers an Ethical and Sustainable Future

by Elaine Smitha
 

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Overpopulation, hunger, pollution, climate change: the danger signs are all around us. Now Elaine Smitha sounds the alarm in this inspiring wake-up call. Drawing on concepts ranging from Henry Ford's innovative production line to cutting-edge discoveries of the “new biology,” Smitha reveals a startling correlation between businesses and living systems.

Overview

Overpopulation, hunger, pollution, climate change: the danger signs are all around us. Now Elaine Smitha sounds the alarm in this inspiring wake-up call. Drawing on concepts ranging from Henry Ford's innovative production line to cutting-edge discoveries of the “new biology,” Smitha reveals a startling correlation between businesses and living systems. What she uncovers provides the basis for a model of leadership based on principles of cooperative competition drawn from the natural world--principles that can set corporations and governments on a path of conscious, sustainable growth.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781780280189
Publisher:
Watkins Media
Publication date:
10/04/2011
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
5.30(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Elaine Smitha, visionary teacher, artist and businesswoman, is the author of If You Make the Rules, How Come You're Not Boss? In 1992, she launched a TV program, Evolving Ideas, to explore new perspectives in science, health, and conscious living, reaching a million households. In 2005, she expanded to Internet radio, where her guests have included Deepak Chopra, Larry Dossey, and Jack Canfield. A past president of Toastmasters, she is a frequent speaker at universities and organizations around the US.

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